Get the best of Omega Comics Presents in one volume this fall

One of independent comics' longest-running anthology series comes to a conclusion with this 132-page trade paperback collection
The Best of Omega Comics Presents v. 2
The Best of Omega Comics Presents v. 2
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LAS VEGAS - July 4, 2016 - PRLog -- Bumbling bandits. A down-on-his-luck super-criminal. A hitman with demonic visions. A boy afraid of the monster under his bed. The only human girl in a class of space aliens. These are just some of the compelling characters populating The Best of Omega Comics Presents Volume 2, a collection of seven standalone stories from the second volume of the grab-bag, new talent anthology series that's been called "imaginative," "entertaining" and downright "ballsy."

Since 2010, Omega Comics Presents has provided a highly visible platform for underexposed comic book creators. Behind the quirky stories of mobster ghosts, stranded astronauts and wartime vampires area number of creators who have gone on to find success both with independent endeavors and mainstream projects, including Jason Copland (Kill All Monsters, POP), Ed Brisson (Murder Book, Sheltered) and John Bivens (Dark Engine, Old Wounds).

The Best of Omega Comics Presents Volume 2 weighs in at 132 pages for only $17.95 and features seven distinctive stories in both full-color and black-and-white:

• "Bluetick & Redbone: In Good Spirits" by Alex De-Gruchy and Marvin Mann
• "Down Time" by Russell Lissau and Justin Castaneda
• "Stranger" by Russell Lissau and Dirk I. Tiede
• "Los Ojos" by Trevor Mueller and Francesco Iaquinta
• "Hard Time" by Russell Lissau and Justin Castaneda
• "Calypso" by Russell Lissau and Marvin Mann
• "Sweet Dreams" By Russell Lissau and Christine Larsen

The Best of Omega Comics Presents Volume 2 hits comic book stores Sept. 28, and can be pre-ordered by July 18 using Diamond order code JUL161850. To find a comic store near you, visit

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Launched in 2009, Pop! Goes the Icon (PGTI) is a boutique print and online publishing house, specializing in comic books, graphic novels and webcomics, known for such titles as The Utopian, San Hannibal and Old Wounds. More information can be found at

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